Water Project Promises Relief Before Houston Becomes Parched
After decades of public meetings and engineering consultations, environmental-impact studies and design proposals, a solution is in the works on a massive scale: a $3 billion, three-part chain of infrastructure projects to carry water more than 40 miles westward from the Trinity River and provide a lifeline to the northern region and burgeoning suburbs from Spring to Tomball to Katy.
How Houston-Area High Schools Can Help Develop the Workforce
Manor ISD is embarking on a new school construction program to help prepare its students for careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics which will feature the expansion of Manor Senior High School and the district’s “New Tech” elementary and middle schools. After the expansion, Manor ISD will be one of the first districts in the nation to utilize technology from pre-kindergarten through senior year. The Manor ISD school board recently picked Houston-based LAN Inc. to manage the school building program.
Flint Water Crisis
The water tragedy in Flint, Michigan, has been the subject of extensive media coverage, both locally and nationally. Unfortunately, as with any incident of high public interest, the race to provide immediate coverage can lead to inaccurate or incomplete reporting. LAN offers this resource as a place to learn the truth about its involvement with the transfer of water from the Detroit source to the Flint River.